Viktor Moskalenko's bestselling books 'The Flexible French' (2008) and 'The Even More Flexible French' (2015) were hailed by reviewers from all over the world as eye-opening, full of new ideas, easy to read, sparkling, and inspirational. Time has not stood still, and the popular French Defence has seen a lot of new developments, not in the last place thanks to Moskalenko's book. The Ukrainian grandmaster himself has kept playing and researching his beloved chess opening as well and decided to write a new book with countless improvements, alternatives, new ideas and fresh weapons that will delight and surprise the reader. As always, Moskalenko's analysis is high-level, yet his touch is light and fresh. In his own inimitable style, he whets the reader's appetite and shares his love for the French with gusto. The wealth of original and dynamic options in every main line proves that the French continues to be a highly intriguing defence that is very much alive.
About the Author
Viktor Moskalenko (1960) is an International Grandmaster and a FIDE Senior Trainer. The former Ukrainian champion's recent books include 'The Diamond Dutch', 'Training with Moska', 'The Fabulous Budapest Gambit', and 'An Attacking Repertoire for White'.